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Safety

Reporting & Victim Support

Report a bias motivated incident  To report behavior, speech, or expression that is motivated by bias, call the Office of the Dean of Students at 303-492-8476 or check out additional reporting options.

Report a harmful or traumatic event  To confidentially report a disturbing or destructive incident you’ve experienced or witnessed, call 303-492-8855, email assist@colorado.edu or visit the online Confidential Reporting site.

Report a concern To inform staff about a student whose behavior concerns you, call 303-492-7348, email soct@colorado.edu, click the blue "Are you concerned about a student?" button on this page or learn more about the Student of Concern Team.

Report to the University To report misconduct, contact one of the following:

Report to Law Enforcement A victim of a crime may report directly to law enforcement: 

Education & Prevention

Community Health provides education and resources on bystander intervention and how to effectively help in situations of violence, substance use, or a health crisis.  In addition, the program covers healthy relationships and gender violence prevention.

Student of Concern Team (SOCT) helps educate the campus community to identify students who may be experiencing distress or who may be at risk of harming themselves or others.  Faculty, staff, parents or friends concerned about a student can share their concerns by filling out this form.

Smart Party Guide provides information on safe partying including information on overconsumption, police, liabilities, fire, and alcohol effects.

CU NightRide is a student-run program that provides free, after-dark transportation on and off-campus, for students, faculty, and staff.

Office of Victim Assistance (OVA) provides on-line resources and in-person presentations to help members of the campus community  stay safe and support those who’ve been impacted by difficult life events including:
  • physical assault
  • hazing
  • bias motivated incidents
  • grief and loss
  • discrimination & harassment
  • intimate partner abuse
  • sexual harassment
  • sexual assault
  • stalking
  • serious accidents
  • other difficult life events
 A complete list of CU-Boulder safety resources is available.
Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs
Center For Community S430
031 UCB
Boulder, CO, 80309-0031
Phone: (303) 492-8476
E-mail: studentaffairs@colorado.edu
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